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Hi M8

Please guide me how can i remove the error in viewing JPEG image in windows 8.1
 

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endeavor

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There are so many hits for that error on google, I tried to remember if Brink had the answer in our forums here first though :)

Anyway, check out some of these hits on google links: Here

..choose the one that's right for you since there's a few variables
 

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There are so many hits for that error on google, I tried to remember if Brink had the answer in our forums here first though :)

Anyway, check out some of these hits on google links: Here

..choose the one that's right for you since there's a few variables
m8 i tried some but not working out since the resolution of the image is above 3000 and the same images with copied from SD Card to HDD
 

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    Windows 8.1 x64
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    AMD / Intel
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    15.6
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MGhee

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In some of the answers given from the Google search one that stands out is there might be metadata info with profile needs that the viewer can't process. You could try to strip any profile requirements from the file if present, or... drop a portable viewer like IrfanView or XnView on your system and see if either of these programs can display the image properly. The portableapps format apps can be easily removed if you don't want to keep them - delete the folder and its contents. I think a simple first step would be to see if another viewer can display the image.


Can you view the file in your browser, it should be able to view most image formats?

I remember when some text editors couldn't handle txt files they deemed too large, the problem wasn't the files it was the text editors limitations.

I suppose it's worth asking - do you have enough hdd space, available ram? Maybe some info about the actual file might be helpful as well.
 

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    Lenovo G50-45
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    12GB
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    15" Laptop Display, 32" Samsung HDTV
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